42. Deakin, W. J., Anderson, P. S. L., Den Boer, W., Smith, T. J., Rucklin, M., Donoghue, P. C. J., Rayfield, E. J. 2022. Increasing morphological disparity and decreasing optimality for jaw speed and strength during the radiation of jawed vertebrates. Science Advances, 8(11), eabl3644. Link

41. Higham, T. E., Ferry, L. A, Schmitz, L., Irschick, D. J., Starko, S., Anderson, P. S. L., et al. 2021. Linking ecomechanical models and functional traits to understand phenotypic diversity. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 36(9), 860-873. Link.

40. Clark, D. L., Hauber, M. E. and Anderson, P. S. L. 2021. Nest substrate and tool shape significantly affects the mechanics and energy requirements of avian eggshell puncture. Journal of Experimental Biology, 224, jeb238832. Link

39. Stubbs, T. L., Pierce, S. E., Elsler, A., Anderson, P. S. L., Rayfield, E. J. and Benton, M. J. 2021. Ecological opportunity and the rise and fall of crocodylomorph evolutionary innovation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288, 20210069. Link

38. Heckeberg, N. S., Anderson, P. S. L. and Rayfield, E. J., 2021. Testing the influence of crushing surface variation on seed-cracking performance among beak morphs of the African seedcracker Pyrenestes ostrinus. Journal of Experimental Biology, 224, jeb230607. Link

37. Crofts, S. B., Smith, S. M. and Anderson, P. S. L., 2020. Beyond description: The Many Facets of Dental Biomechanics. Integrative and Comparative Biology 60(3), 594-607. Link

36. Anderson, P. S. L., Rivera, M. D. and Suarez, A. V., 2020. “Simple” Biomechanical Model for Ants Reveals How Correlated Evolution among Body Segments Minimizes Variation in Center of Mass as Heads get Larger. Integrative and Comparative Biology Online.

35. Anderson, P. S. L., Crofts, S. B., Kim, J.-T. and Chamorro, L. P., 2019. Taking a Stab at Quantifying the Energetics of Biological Puncture. Integrative and Comparative Biology 59(6), 1586-1596. Link

34. Crofts, S. B., Lai, Y., Hu, Y. and Anderson, P. S. L., 2019. How do morphological sharpness measures relate to puncture performance in viperid snake fangs? Biology Letters 15: 20180905. Link

33. Crofts, S. B. and Anderson, P. S. L., 2018. The influence of cactus spine surface structure on puncture performance and anchoring ability is tuned for ecology. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285, 20182280. Link

32. Anderson, P. S. L., 2018. Making a point: Shared mechanics underlying the diversity of biological puncture. Journal of Experimental Biology, 221, jeb187294. Link

31. Baumgart*, A. and Anderson, P., 2018. Finding the weakest link: mechanical sensitivity in a fish cranial linkage system. Royal Society Open Science 5: 181003. Link

30. Muñoz, M. M., Hu, Y., Anderson, P. S. L. and Patek, S. N., 2018. Strong biomechanical relationships bias the tempo and mode of morphological evolution. eLife 2018;7:e37621 doi: 10.7554/eLife.37621.

29. Hu, Y., Nelson-Maney*, N. and Anderson, P. S. L., 2017. Common evolutionary trends underlie the four-bar linkage systems of sunfish and mantis shrimp. Evolution 71(5): 1397-1405. Link

28. MacLaren, J. A., Anderson, P. S. L., Barrett, P. M. and Rayfield, E. J., 2017. Herbivorous dinosaur jaw disparity and its relationship to extrinsic evolutionary drivers. Paleobiology 43(1): 15-33. Link

27. Muñoz, M. M., Anderson, P. S. L. and Patek, S. N., 2017. Mechanical sensitivity and the dynamics of evolutionary rate shifts in biomechanical systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 284:20162325. Link

26. McHenry, M. J., Anderson, P. S. L., Van Wassenbergh, S., Matthews*, D. G., Summers, A. and Patek, S. N., 2016. The comparative hydrodynamics of rapid rotation by predatory appendages. Journal of Experimental Biology 219(21): 3399-3411. Link

25. Anderson, P. S. L., Smith*, D. C. and Patek, S. N., 2016. Competing influences on morphological modularity in biomechanical systems: a case study in mantis shrimp. Evolution & Development. 18(3): 171-181. Link

24. Anderson, P. S. L., LaCosse, J. and Pankow, M., 2016. Point of impact: the effects of size and speed on puncture mechanics. Interface Focus 6: 20150111. doi:10.1098/rsfs.2015.0111. Link

23. Galloway, K. A, Anderson, P. S. L., Wilga, C. D. and Summers, A. P., 2016. Performance of Teeth of Lingcod, Ophiodon elongates, Over Ontogeny. Journal of Experimental Zoology 325(2): 99-105. doi:10.1002/jez1967.

22. Anderson, P. S. L. and Patek, S. N., 2015. Mechanical sensitivity reveals evolutionary dynamics of mechanical systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282(1804). doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.3088.

21. Anderson, P. S. L., Claverie, T. and Patek, S. N., 2014. Levers and linkages: mechanical trade-offs in a power-amplified system. Evolution 68(7): 1919-33. doi:10.1111/evo.12407.

20. Anderson, P. S. L., Renaud, S. and Rayfield, E. J., 2014. Adaptive plasticity in the mouse mandible. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 14: 85-93. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-14-85

19. Anderson, P. S. L., Friedman, M, and Ruta, M., 2013. Late to the Table: Diversification of tetrapod mandibular biomechanics lagged behind the evolution of terrestriality. Integrative and Comparative Biology 53(2): 197-208. doi:10.1093/icb/ict006

18. Stubbs, T. L., Pierce, S. E., Rayfield, E. J., & Anderson, P. S., 2013. Morphological and biomechanical disparity of crocodile-line archosaurs following the end-Triassic extinction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280(1770). Link

17. Anderson, P. S. L. and Friedman, M., 2012. Using cladistic characters to predict functional variety: experiments using early gnathostomes. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32(6): 1254-1270. Link

16. Anderson, P. S. L. and Rayfield, E. J., 2012. Virtual experiments, physical validation: dental morphology at the intersection of experiment and theory. Royal Society Interface 9: 1846-1855. Link

15. Ragazzola, F., Foster, L. C., Form, A., Anderson, P. S. L., Hansteen, T. H., and Fietzke, J., 2012. Ocean acidification weakens the structural integrity of coralline algae. Global Change Biology 18: 2804-2812. Link

14. Anderson, P. S. L., Bright, J. A., Gill, P. G., Palmer, C., and Rayfield, E. J., 2012. Models in palaeontological functional analysis. Biology Letters 8(1): 119-122. Link

13. Anderson, P. S. L., Friedman, M., Brazeau, M. D., and Rayfield, E. J., 2011. Initial radiation of jaws demonstrated stability despite faunal and environmental change. Nature 476: 206-209. Link

12. Anderson, P. S. L., Gill, P. G., and Rayfield, E. J., 2011. Modeling the effects of cingula structure on strain patterns and potential fracture in tooth enamel. Journal of Morphology 272(1): 50-65. Link

11. Snively, E., Anderson, P. S. L., and Ryan, M. J., 2010. Functional and ontogenetic implications of bite stress in arthrodire placoderms. Kirtlandia 57: 53-60. Link

10. Anderson, P. S. L., 2010. Using linkage models to explore skull kinematic diversity and functional convergence in arthrodire placoderms. Journal of Morphology 271(8): 990-1005. Link

9. Anderson, P. S. L., 2009b. The effects of trapping and blade angle on how notched dentitions fracture biological tissues. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 3627-3632. Link

8. Anderson, P. S. L., 2009a. Biomechanics, functional patterns, and disparity in Late Devonian arthrodires. Paleobiology 35(3): 321-342. Link

7. Anderson, P. S. L., and Westneat, M. W., 2009. A biomechanical model of feeding kinematics for Dunkleosteus terrelli (Arthrodira, Placodermi). Paleobiology 35(2): 251-269. Link

6. Anderson, P. S. L., and LaBarbera, M., 2008. Functional consequences of tooth design: effects of blade shape on energetics of cutting. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3619-3626. Link

5. Anderson, P. S. L., 2008b. Shape variation between arthrodire morphotypes indicates possible feeding niches. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 28(4): 961-969. Link

4. Anderson, P. S. L., 2008a. Cranial muscle homology across modern gnathostomes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94: 195-216. Link

3. Friedman, M., Coates, M. I., and Anderson, P., 2007. First discovery of a primitive coelacanth fin fills a major gap in the evolution of lobed fins and limbs. Evolution & Development 9(4): 328-336. Link

2. Anderson, P. S. L., and Westneat, M. W., 2007. Feeding mechanics and bite force modelling of the Skull of Dunkleosteus terrelli, an Ancient Apex Predator. Biology Letters 3(1): 76-79. Link

1. Jablonski, D., Roy, K., Valentine, J. W., Price, R. M., and Anderson, P. S., 2003. The impact of the pull of the recent on the history of marine diversity. Science 300: 1133-1135. Link